There is so much deliciousness in this city! Here’s some more.
This post also features some New Zealand food.
Mr. Tulk–Tuna Baguette
French Toast with Salted Caramel, Grilled Banana, and Vanilla Ricotta
Rock, Paper, Scissors–Toast with Smoked Salmon
Shakshuka Baked Eggs
An old standby.
Colonial Tramcar Restaurant–Capsicum Dip and Hummus with Crackers
This whole experience was a delight: driving around Melbourne on a luxurious Victorian era tramcar while eating delicious food–what could be better?
Chicken Breast with Citrus Glaze, Scalloped Potatoes, and Mixed Vegetables
Beef Two Ways with a Red Wine Jus, Scalloped Potatoes, and Vegetables
A Trio of Desserts: Cheesecake with Fresh Berries, Walnut Chocolate Brownie, Pana Cotta
Christmas-A Christmas Feast featuring prawns (cooked on the barbie!), lamb, kangaroo skewers (it tastes like beef/lamb), cherries (can’t have a Christmas here without them), and mango (another necessity)
And dessert! A traditional English pudding.
Coffee Club–Chai Latte
Mocha with Homemade Marshmallows
Mixed Berry Smoothie
Light Start Breakfast
A version of the traditional English full breakfast, especially with the tomato.
Eggs, Poached, and Toast with Bacon
Again, a tomato reminiscent of England.
My dad has been trying Eggs Benedicts around the globe.
French Toast with Caramelized Banana
Musterer’s Hut–Ham and Cheese Toastie
Very New Zealand-y and super delicious–who knew?
The Bathhouse–Oysters with Cucumber Granita, Smoked Salmon on Toast, Kingfish Ceviche
Duck Confit Steamed Buns
Buttery Potato Mash
Rocket, Pear, Walnut Salad
Seared Tuna, Prawns, Blue Cod
Green Lipped Mussels, Clams
Ricotta and Truffle Gnocchi with Pumpkin and Beetroot Purees
Balls and Bangles–Fur Ball Donut
A light fluffy donut coated in chocolate and covered in coconut–mmmmm. Also, it’s super fun to fill your own donut with a syringe full of chocolate mousse.
Erik’s Fish and Chips–Deep Fried Kiwi
Coated in cinnamon sugar, the kiwi inside was hot and soft; it tasted like a stewed apple. Yum!